Trader Joe’s avoids GMOs

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Trader Joe’s has decided to avoid GMOs in their store brand products. The anti-GMO trend seems to be gaining popularity, which is good news for all of us. Perhaps the US government will get the hint and start requiring labeling of GE foods. (via johanna)

15 Responses to “Trader Joe’s avoids GMOs”

  1. jen

    Trader Joe’s has the BEST corn-nut-like-things. I just wish I didn’t have to leave the state to get some.

    I got the stickers this week.. next time I go to my health food store, I’ll be sure to hang some on their bulletin board. Just one question — is that a side of beef in that clipart??

  2. Paul

    Trader Joe’s is, bar none, the best place to shop. It’s got the selection of most Whole Foods without the wacky prices. Cheap, good quality stuff.

  3. Beverly

    I would like to contact Trader Joe’s corporate office regarding future site selection. Does anyone have an email address?

  4. Beverly

    I would like to contact Trader Joe’s corporate office regarding future site selection. Does anyone have an email address?

  5. SUE BOWMAN

    HAVE YOU LOOKED AT ROCKFORD, ILLINOIS AS A SITE FOR A STORE? WE ARE CALIFORNIA TRANSPLANTS AND I GO TO TJ’S WHEN I GET INTO CHICAGO BUT WOULD LOVE ONE NEARBY. THANKS FOR THE CONSIDERATION.

  6. Margaretha & Tom Berryman

    Hi Trader Joe’s,

    My husband and I will be moving to the Chico area (Northern California) in approximately 2 years. We love the area, but were disappointed to learn that TJ does not have a store in that town (yet). Please note that Chico is a good-size College town and we are sure that your store will be a HUGE success (like everywhere else). I hate to beg, but …. PLEASE, PLEASE, PLEASE …. look into this!!

    Margartha Berryman (a VERY satisfied customer)

  7. carol

    I heard a rumor that a store is opening in Bend Oregon, yet I have found no evidence of it. Please tell me you are opening a store in Central Oregon soon.

  8. Sam Jones

    I would like to see a Trader Joe’s open up in the McHenry area, preferably Woodstock. There is a need for a store like this, the nearest one is in Palatine, not exactly convenient. There are many possible sites to put one in, someone from the Trader Joe’s corporate office should do some demographics.

  9. Nancy Donoghue

    I wish that Trader Joe’s would look at the Farmington Valley area of Connecticut for a shop location. In particular, The “Shoppes at the Farmington Valley” now being developed in Canton,CT(06019) I believe it would be an ideal location and a profitable one for you. Thank you in advance for your consideration. Nancy Donoghue

  10. Gordon Green

    I have been buying Traders Joe’s Ginger Granola for some time.
    As of late I have been finding hard chunks of what I feel is part of the ginger plant root that should not be in your cereal, the good part is alway chewable, but this is rock hard.
    Thank You.

  11. Ryan

    FOLKS — please.

    This site has no connection to Trader Joe’s. If you want to get in touch with Trader Joe’s, please call them. Posting notes here for them will get you nowhere.

  12. amy mehta

    I would like to contact the corporate office for trader joes regarding opening a store in houston, TX, does anyone know how i can do that?

  13. david hamill

    I just moved to Chico from Santa Cruz and really miss shopping at Trader Joe’s my kids keep ragging on me “it’s not the same daddy”:( They all have thier favorites. Hope you guys open a store up here soon!!

    Regards,
    Dave

  14. oznur

    Hi,
    I would like to get Trader Joe’s email address because I need to ask some questions about their products.

    Thanks

  15. Ryan

    OK, enough of this.

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